- Project at a glance
Location: West side of Davis Road, 1,500 feet south of Turner Road, Lodi.
Plans: Mostly Greek family festivals with music and wine.
Approved: Nov. 17 by San Joaquin County Planning Commission; appeal filed by David Lucas, Fred Donald and Craig Miller on Nov. 28; scheduled for Board of Supervisors hearing on Jan. 10, but it was delayed because Kapiniaris revised the plans; appeal denied by Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Changes to original plans: Project to be built in three phases instead of four; building square footage reduced from 47,550 square feet to 35,160 square feet; 62 parking spaces instead of 12 in the first phase, plus 50 additional spaces for marketing events (one space for every three people in attendance). At buildout, 72 parking spaces will be required.
Other project features: Up to 30 marketing events allowed per year; attendance limited to 150 people and events must end by 10 p.m.
First phase: 7,500-square-foot multipurpose building including a 2,100-square-foot tasting room; a 2,800-square-foot patio; a 4,500-square-foot case and barrel storage building; a 9,360-square-foot wine tank storage building; an 800-square-foot crush pad and water treatment tanks.
— Source: San Joaquin County
Posted: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 4:33 pm
Stating that its vote must be based on the current winery ordinance — and not possible revisions — the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday to allow Kapiniaris Vineyards to construct a winery on Davis Road, just south of Turner Road.
Winery owner David Lucas and neighboring property owners Fred Donald and Craig Miller filed an appeal in November, hoping that the Board of Supervisors would overturn the county Planning Commission's approval.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 4:33 pm.